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1. Beverly Marshall
Keller Williams Memorial
950 Corbindale, Ste 100
Houston, TX 77024
Phone: (713) 461-9393
Fax: (713) 467-6226
I lost her email but you can contact her on her Website: http://www.beverlymarshallrealtor.com/
2. Fran Vaughan â€“ Broker
LifeStyle Vaughan Proeprties
LifeStyle Group LLC
1800 Bering Suite 940
Houston, Texas 77057
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Sounds strange. He offered you cash to buy the property and before you accepted he already listed the property on his website. Very strange situation which also makes me tend to believe he knows he can sell your home for a lot more than what he is offering you.
If you are serious or considering selling I would speak with another Realtor to get an idea of what your property is worth and sell it that way. Unless you find out what he is offering you is fair and market value which that may not be the case.
Hope this helps.
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your contract must have a "subject to financing addendum"... the buyer has a specific agreed to amt of time to obtain financing and funds. if the time has passed after this period, and the buyers do not close, you have the right to keep the earnest money the buyers paid you.... more
We had to deal with them on a purchase of a home that they were handling as a relo. They were horrible and did some things that were boderline unethical! This was our fifth house purchase and it was the WORST experience by far. I wish I had never heard of them and definately hope I never have to deal with them EVER again!!!... more
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In Portland it has cooled off a little bit too. Part of this is just the summer coming to an end, but that is combined a little with interest rates rising. We're still strong out here, but cooling a bit.... more
No, one of the brothers/sisters cannot prevent the property from being sold if the property is held as Joint Tenants with Rights of Survivorship. See College's response as well as the response from Real Estate Agent of North Carolina. Those two responses are absolutely correct.... more
You need an attorney to get some legal advice. But generally if your step father's will left the house to your mother then it is her estate regardless of the fact that both names are still on the deed. The will and death certificate would show the change of ownership. Since it would then be in your mother's estate it would follow the wishes of your mother in her will. If no wills were made by either your stepfather or mother then it would follow the laws of intesticy of your state. Generally it goes from spouse to spouse automatically or spouse and children, varies from state to state, then down the family tree to the children and their decendents. You really should get an attorney to help you. If there is an executor the executor of your mother's estate can sell the property and distribue the proceeds according to her wishes. Grandson would be entitled if its willed to him from Stepfather's will or if possibly if there are no will and by law of intestacy if your Texas law dictates it. Really need to see a lawyer for this one.... more
You need to contact an attorney for the particulars, but I believe once the will has been probated you can take the will and letters testimentary to an attorney and have a new deed drawn up, since I am asuuming you probated this estate yourself and therefore don't have an atty to ask. Once you are the legal owners you can sell it or buy each other out. Or whoever is the executor can sell it on behalf of the estate and split the proceeds between the 3 siblings which is the usual way its done. Ck with your local atty.... more
I definitely agree with Margie, the only person who can truly give you the truth about the inconsistent ups and downs our market is a reputable realtor. And the best ones will actually guide you the rest of the way.... more
I would recommend:
Briseida M. Luna
Attorney and Counselor at Law
2425 West Loop South
Houston, Texas 77027
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I current represent Buyers and Seller in the 77026 zip code area. There is currently quite a bit of Buyers looking to buy in that area. The real question becomes whether or not you are willing to invest the funds and time necessary to completely fix the property up in order to get the market value of the finish product. Second you may want to do an inventory of what is your time worth to you as an individual and business wise. With all of that being said, would you be better off rehabbing the property or just selling it as is. Based upon your question I get the sense that you would like to sell the property as is! This make great sense to me because the average individual that would purchase a fixer upper for personal use will want to fix it up the way they want it! Most will not necessary like your personal taste if you fixed it up. 50% of Investors will bring any property that they purchase up to the standard to bring them the most revenue possible. The other 50% is just looking to get by! Either way the amount of revenue that you receive from the sell of the property after any and all expense just might be the same, especially after you fact what your time is worth to you! If you are interested in becoming a Real Estate Investor than this would be your opportunity to become one. I am qualified to assist you regardless of your decision. And just remember that the choice is yours to make! Thank you for allowing me to share my business and professional opinion with you!... more